Stuart Jeffries

The 17th-century Huron chief Kondiaronk can still teach us valuable lessons

His jeremiads against the European obsession with money and property are gleefully quoted by David Graeber and David Wengrow in their anarchist cri de coeur

The Huron chief Kondiaronk. [Alamy]

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